In order to renew a real estate license, the applicant must do the following:
NOTE: The ADRE is urging you to renew on-line to avoid crowds in the lobby at the departments office.
Be sure to log on at http://www.azre.gov and have your credit card ready along with all of your certificates for classes attended.
If you have a 4-year license, YOU STILL MUST OBTAIN 24 HOURS OF RENEWAL CREDIT EACH TWO YEARS, AND PROVE TO ADRE THAT YOU HAVE DONE SO. CLICK HERE for the ADRE Policy.
ADRE NOW ISSUES A 4 YEAR LICENSE UPON RENEWAL ONLY, INSTEAD OF 2 YEARS. HOWEVER, YOU MUST COMPLETE 24 HOURS OF RENEWAL CREDIT WITHIN THE FIRST 2 YEARS OF YOUR LICENSE, AND PROVE TO ADRE THAT YOU ATTENDED THOSE CLASSES.
1. Complete 24 hours of renewal credit through any approved Real Estate school, within the 2 year period of the current license.
CAUTION: You may not use any class that you attended during any gap in time between the date of the month you renewed vs. the actual expiration. For example, if your license was due to expire August 30, and you renewed it August 18, you may not use any class you attended from August 18 through August 31 for this renewal.
The 24 hours must include 18 hours in the 6 required classes, and the balance of 6 hours in any class you desire.
The 6 required classes consists of at least 3 hours in each topic;
- Contract Law
- Agency Law
- Real Estate Legal Issues
- Fair Housing
- Commissioners Standards
You may not duplicate a course number during your renewal. You may renew your license up to 90 days prior to expiration.
NOTE: You must provide proof of citizenship or right to be in the US BEFORE you may renew your license. CLICK HEREfor information.
2. Log on to http://www.azre.gov , select Online Services / Online Licensing and Renewal System. From there, follow the instructions and you should be have your license renewed in a matter of mintutes.
Be sure to print a copy of the confirmation for your records; and be prepared to provide confirmation to your broker if requested.
Once you renew, you and/or your broker may print your license on-line at the ADRE website.
In the event you are unable to renew on-line, you must go to the Real Estate Department at 2910 N 44th Street in Phoenix. (Corner or 44th Street and Thomas Roads).
BE AWARE... If you attempt to renew your license at the Real Estate Departments office, BE PREPARED TO WAIT FOR SERVICE.